To break up the mid-winter monotony, I’ve been finishing up my new book, Las Vegas – Cheap and Easy. I’ve been working on this for over a year on and off and it’s nice to finally have it out the door. It’s an ebook. I’ve made a decision that ebooks are the way to go. Real books are a dying breed.
I hope I’ve managed to put together a helpful book that will bring a lot of value to people. My premise was that normal travel guides were kind of useless for Las Vegas. They just go out of date so quickly. I worked in Vegas for years and saw just how fast things changed.
Not just tearing down and building new casinos, but inside the casinos too. One day there’s a restaurant and seemingly the next, it’s a poker room. If you bought a typical travel guide just a year ago, it’s out of date. Now you need to buy another? Screw that.
I’ve tried to explain how to use the resources on the internet to not only get the best Las Vegas deals, but to figure out where to eat and what to see and do. It’s full of advice, recommendations and tips & tricks. All stuff I learned traveling there for work for almost 15 years. Hopefully people will find it helpful.
Anyway, you can find Las Vegas – Cheap and Easy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and soon on iBooks, Sony and Diesel. If you’re headed to Vegas, check it out. Can’t go wrong for $6.99. A whole book for the cost of a single bass bug!